Saturday, July 17, 2010

Boo Hoo: Peres makes Turkish PM's wife cry

I guess she's been reading too much of "The Onion"...

YNET Reports:
"Peres' lies made me cry," the wife of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan charged in a meeting with Palestinian businesswomen Friday.

Amina Erdogan used the meeting, held at her Ankara home, to share her emotions during the infamous verbal clash between her husband and Israel's president in Davos in December 2008, a short while after the launch of Operation Cast Lead.

"The incident in Davos (where Erdogan stormed off stage) was not planned in advance, but rather, followed the lies spread by Peres," the Turkish PM's wife was quoted as saying Saturday by the Palestinian al-Ayam paper and by the Saudi al-Watan paper. "I was saying: 'My God, how can one face the whole world and lie…God, shut this man up.'"
See the infamous verbal clash which made her cry, here:



She continues her blather:
"We reached our limit because Peres lied," Amina Erdogan added. "We used to hold positions in support of peace." She added that Peres later called Erdogan to apologize. [Jameel: This is news to me] As noted, Erdogan's wife welcomed Palestinian businesswomen at her home Friday, lauding their activity in "facing Israel's occupation." She concluded the meeting by quoting Palestinian national poet Mahmoud Darwish: "Palestine was, Palestine exists, and Palestine shall remain for all eternity."
Obviously, it takes one to know one, as Turkey also considers its genocide against Armenia to also be a "lie"...and I doubt Amina Erdogan has shed any tears over those slaughtered by Turkey Her husband refuses to apologize or admit that Turkey has anything to do with the slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians.


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1 comment:

Yishai said...

They keep talking about lies in Peres' speech, but have they ever been more specific? Most of his speech seemed self-evident to me...

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